Country star Rodney Atkins and Big Machine recording artist Rose Falcon wed in a small ceremony in Florida on Sunday (Nov. 10).

According to a press release, the couple exchanged vows in an intimate beach side ceremony on Captiva Island, Fla. Twenty guests were in attendance, including Atkins' son Elijah, who served as his best man. Charles Hutchins officiated. Hutchins is the founder of Holston United Methodist Home for Children, where Atkins spent his infancy before he was adopted.

The couple treated friends and family to a day of fishing off the island on Saturday (Nov. 9). Falcon hand-crafted many of the wedding decorations, including wedding programs made of CD cases and a handmade bracelet for each female guest. Each male guest received a custom hat made to match the baseball cap worn by the groom.

The couple also took a moment during the ceremony to celebrate the 51st anniversary of Allen and Margaret Atkins, presenting Margaret with a three-carat aquamarine ring -- a nod to Rodney’s birthstone.

The couple planned to return immediately to Nashville to resume the Most Hits for the Money Tour with Frankie Ballard. "Our life is a honeymoon," they said through a representative.

The Boot extends our congratulations to the happy couple.